In Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead comic book series, Negan has dominated the panels with his swing, swagger, and swearing, and with their upcoming resin statue, McFarlane Toys pays tribute to arguably the most frightening and funny character to cross Rick's path. Initially revealed last year, the latest Negan statue now has an official release date and is teased in new behind-the-scenes photos.

McFarlane Toys has announced that The Walking Dead Negan statue will be available to purchase for $295.00 beginning Monday, March 28th. Behind-the-scenes photos of the Negan statue as it's being constructed (see below) show that this will be a highly detailed depiction of the notorious antagonist and his favorite weapon: the barbed wire-wrapped baseball bat lovingly referred to as Lucille.

To learn more about the new Negan statue, visit McFarlane, and to see our previous coverage of the statue, including photos of the collectible in its fully painted and unpainted versions, visit:

From McFarlane Toys: “With a twisted sense of humor and a love of power games, Negan has become one of the most feared and respected characters in The Walking Dead. This statue captures the embodiment of his character—lording over his foes crushed beneath him. This foul-mouthed, egotistical badass stands over 16-inches tall with his trusty barbed wire bat, Lucille, in hand. Featuring acute attention to every subjugating detail, the Negan statue was created, developed, and designed by Todd McFarlane and his award-winning McFarlane Toys design group, in conjunction with Robert Kirkman and Skybound Entertainment.

  • Limited-edition cold-cast resin statue
  • Individually and sequentially numbered
  • Stands more than 16 inches tall
  • Features magnetic pieces for easy assembly
  • Base contains nods to Negan’s infamous acts within the comic book series
  • Includes alternate hand holding Walker Head
  • Features 360-degree rotating base
  • COA hand-signed by Todd McFarlane”

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